Although the Iguana looks somewhat like its brethren of the GP class, it is very different in both mission capability and construction. The Iguana is not built around the usual composite chassis but a metal alloy one. Its armor also incorporates alloy with armoplast material.
The Iguana was conceived to replace the modified, stripped-down Basilisks that were previously used for scouting purposes. The machine is small, with the pilot cramped into a tiny cockpit which occupies a good part of the main body. Tiny and fast, the Iguana is perfectly suited for recon and rapid strike missions where discretion is imperative.
|Full Combat Weight:||5100 kg|
|Armor Material:||Armoplast with Alloy|
|Armor Thickness:||40 mm|
|Max Running Speed:||54 kph|
|Max Rolling Speed:||84 kph|
|Power plant||WV-750TC/B V-engine|